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Poster: t120 Date: Mar 13, 2011 9:19am
Forum: 78rpm Subject: Re: Converting... and saving

Do NOT convert to MP3. ALWAYS leave it in WAV or some other lossless format. It /is/ possible to burn a disc in WAV. All converting to MP3 does is reduces the quality. When I am transferring something from an analog to a digital format, I always store it in WAV or FLAC format for the highest quality.

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Poster: whatdoesittaketogetinhere Date: Mar 16, 2011 4:26am
Forum: 78rpm Subject: Re: Converting... and saving

I did burn a disk in WAV. I did not work in my CD player. (Sony MX1)This player will only read MP3 files. I believe my old Sony CMT-ED1 wouldn't read it either. But since that player model has a history of poor luck with CD's...who knows. My compromise with your premise is burn one in Wav, and one in MP3, if the Wav won't work.

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